Brazil is the fifth biggest country in the world with a population of over 203 million, so it's certainly safe to say the food culture is pretty diverse. Discover the five main culinary regions and go on a journey with Marcello Tully as he talks us through some of the areas he visited as a child.

Brazil's regional cuisine

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The complete street guide to Rio's contemporary Carioca cuisine
The complete street guide to Rio's contemporary fo...
The complete street guide to Rio's contemporary food scene
by Lara Espirito Santo
02 June 2016
Brazilian chef Lara Espirito Santo travels to Rio de Janeiro to discover a city in the midst of a culinary revolution, seeking out the restaurants at the forefront of this exciting new food scene.
Ten Brazilian street foods to try
The ten best Brazilian street foods to make at hom...
The ten best Brazilian street foods to make at home
by Clare Gazzard
11 April 2016
Clare Gazzard looks at the ten most popular street foods in Brazil, from smoky grilled meats to fried bitesize morsels.
Carnival culture: the beauty of Rio de Janeiro
Carnival culture: the beauty of Rio de Janeiro
Carnival culture: the beauty of Rio de Janeiro
by Marcello Tully
29 March 2016
Rio de Janeiro is Brazil's most famous city, with iconic landmarks and a party atmosphere. Regular visitor Marcello Tully sheds some light on its culinary culture.
Grills and gauchos: visiting Rio Grande do Sul
Grills and gauchos: visiting Rio Grande do Sul
Grills and gauchos: visiting Rio Grande do Sul
by Marcello Tully
24 March 2016
Marcello Tully recalls a childhood visit to Brazil's most southern state, Rio Grande do Sul, where churrasco barbecues and caipirinhas are consumed in abundance.
Down the river: the Brazilian city of Manaus
Down the river: the Brazilian city of Manaus
Down the river: the Brazilian city of Manaus
by Marcello Tully
21 March 2016
Marcello Tully recalls his father's fondness for the Brazilian city Manaus, a city sitting at the entrance to the Amazon rainforest.
Homecoming: a journey to Macieó
Homecoming: a journey to Maceió
Homecoming: a journey to Maceió
by Marcello Tully
17 March 2016
Brazilian-born Marcello Tully, who now runs the Michelin-starred Kinloch Lodge on the Scottish Isle of Skye, reminisces about his hometown of Maceió in northeast Brazil, bringing to life the food found throughout the region.